The public will get the chance to go behind the scenes of hit TV programme Trauma: Level One at Southampton’s teaching hospital on Saturday.
Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust's response to Sir Bruce Keogh’s review into the quality of its care and treatment.
Dr Peter Green, Chief Clinical Officer, NHS Medway Clinical Commissioning Group, responds to today's publication of the Keogh report.
A top Hollywood producer is helping to raise money for a children's hospital in Sussex that saved the life of his friend's daughter.
Gregory J Bonnan, the creator of Baywatch, is dedicating an episode of his latest show to little Sabrina Blencowe.
The four month old could have died without the care of staff at the Royal Alexandra Hospital in Brighton.
Malcolm Shaw has her story and hears from Sabrina's father Martin, Dr Kamal Patel and Louise Bartha of the Rockinghorse Children's Charity.
Anna Taylor from Worthing developed cancer on her face after using a sunbed almost every day in her early twenties. She has issued a warning to others about the dangers of excessive tanning.
Following our report on her story, ITV Meridian interviewed dermatologist Dr Dev Shah, from the British Association of Dermatologists.
A 2012 Oxford University study, published in The Lancet medical journal, showed that even very low-risk patients benefited from taking cholesterol-lowering statins.
Rory Collins, professor of medicine at Oxford University, worked on the research and said the number of people who could begin taking statins as a result of the new Nice guidance "would be in the the order" of around five million.
He added: "The evidence is very strong that the treatment is cost-effective at these lower levels. Doctors are now in a position to offer statins on this basis."
He said it was up to individual patients to decide whether they wanted to take statins, based on their risk assessment, but Nice's strategy would "reduce the burden on the health service".
The NHS estimates that statins save 7,000 lives a year in the UK.
Millions more people in the UK could be prescribed cholesterol-lowering statins in a bid to prevent more cases of heart disease, heart attacks and strokes.
In draft guidance to the NHS, which is subject to consultation, the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (Nice) has cut the threshold in half for when doctors should consider prescribing the drugs to patients.
Statins are taken by as many as seven million people in the UK but this could rise dramatically - with experts predicting as many as five million more may have them prescribed.
At present, people with a 20 percent risk of developing cardiovascular disease within 10 years are offered statins, but this is being cut to include all people with a 10 percent risk of developing cardiovascular disease within 10 years.
As many runners out there will know we are nearing the marathon season and many are in training ahead of the Brighton marathon which takes place in April.
When the race was under way last year, Andy and Emily Squires from Hove had just been told their 8 month old son, Thomas, was suffering from meningitis.
As they watched the crowds from a hospital window, they vowed that whatever happened, they'd take part this year. Charlotte Wilkins has their story.
If you'd like to find out more about Thomas' journey, then go to: http://www.justgiving.com/Emily-Squires
Public Health England has released England-wide data of the country's obesity crisis. Here are the areas of England with the lowest overweight and obesity levels.
- In Kensington and Chelsea 45.9% of adults are obese or overweight.
- Tower Hamlets 47.2%
- Richmond upon Thames 47.6%
- Hackney 48.7%
- Brighton and Hove 49.2%
- Hammersmith and Fulham 49.7%
- Camden 50.1%
- Lambeth 51.8%
- Wandsworth 52.2%
- Westminster 52.6%
New England-wide data released by Public Health England has revealed that 63.8% of adults are now obese or overweight. A breakdown of local authorities has also been released.
- The fattest local authority area is Copeland in west Cumbria, where 75.9% of people are overweight or obese, followed by:
- Doncaster 74.4%
- East Lindsey in Lincolnshire 73.8%
- Ryedale in North Yorkshire 73.7%
- Sedgemoor in Somerset 73.4%
- Gosport in Hampshire 72.9%
- Castle Point in Essex 72.8%
- Bolsover in Derbyshire 72.5%
- County Durham 72.5%
- Milton Keynes 72.5%
Carbon monoxide poisoning claimed the life of Katie Haines from Wokingham in Berkshire. Her father Gordon Samuel has been raising awareness ever since and spoke to us about his campaign.
It's a colourless, odourless toxic gas, which kills. A woman from Kent is now warning others of the dangers after her family had to be treated for carbon monoxide poisoning. Tom Savvides talks to Pat and Kevin Green and Charlie Smith from Kent Fire & Rescue.
A hospital which was put into special measures is looking for new managers after its two top bosses resigned. The Chairman and Chief Executive of the Medway NHS Trust have announced they're both stepping down.
It comes at time when the hospital is trying to turn itself around following a series of highly critical reports. Tom Savvides has the latest. He spoke to Rehman Chishti, MP for Gillngham and Rainham.